Below is the story behind the discovery of Empire State of Mind.
From a young age, my parents and teachers recognised something in me, yet I somewhat struggled to maintain consistent results to support their view. I was good at sport and became captain of the 1st XI Cricket team at School and started to play district cricket at a very early age. A similar story evolved, the results I produced never quite matched my ability. After finishing my studies in Pharmacy at University, I developed a concept for trading and produced unimaginable results in short periods of time, but then my focus became result-oriented and the extensive levels of success became difficult to reproduce consistently.
Garry Kasparov, grandmaster and widely regarded as the greatest chess player of all time, comments on a time when he encountered a similar situation, "Success is the enemy of future success. My loss stemmed from over confidence and complacency. Satisfaction can lead to a lack of vigilance, to mistakes and missed opportunities."
The process was long and frustrating. This up-and-down fluctuation of results needed to end. I understood one thing, 'if you can do it once it can be done again.'
I read hundreds of books, but struggled to find the answer. Eventually, I found the teachings of people like Anthony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle and even the principles behind various religious texts. This provided the direction to make a change.
It took 12 months before all of the principles and teachings were put together. The first and the most important change was that I was no longer defined by my circumstances or material possessions. I had realised that my mindset needed to stay the same, in order for the results to remain the same. It was the shifting of my mindset, that caused the fluctuations in the results.
Someone once said, "Two things define you. Your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything." This time, when I climbed back up, my attitude did not shift.
Having mastered the mindset and adopting the principles for success, I began to road test this concept on some of the greatest achievers on the planet. The results were universal. It was as if I had discovered the golden key. No matter who it was or what profession they had mastered, they all shared the very same mindset that allowed them to reach the very top. And as I moved down each rung of the ladder, it wasn't necessarily that they lacked talent or ability, it was just that they tended to be less consistent in adopting their most strong, empowered state of mind. As they fluctuated, the quality of their action also changed ultimately leading to inconsistent results.
My personal experience and the extensive studies of the very great achievers in all areas of life, have allowed me to fuse these principles with the mechanics of building the ultimate state of mind that can allow anyone to achieve success consistently.
We are only here for a short time and it is imperative that we live each day at our maximum, expressing our potential with passion, energy and fulfilment.
I have the tools that can allow you to achieve this.
It would be a pleasure to pass it on.
Founder & Director
Nayan Sharma graduated from Penleigh and Essendon Grammar in 2002 finishing Year 12 with an ENTER score of 98.90 percentile. He has also completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy from Monash University in Melbourne .